Mikey...Yer way too funny for your own good...........!!!!!! :lol: :lol:mikeyMarine said:I cannot see thru shaving cream, cannot slice a potato thin enough to see through and there is a severe shortage of monkeys currently , in this area , so , back to work on forced dry air pumped in like a vent defog system . also pretty warm but getting beef jerky eyeballs .
Potato is a very old trick.Houndguy said:A potato or shaving cream. Seriously I've not heard of either of these. I will assume that monkey poop will not work at all as well.
LilScootie said:Has anyone tried using shaving cream on their visor lens to stop fogging?? And if so, what did you think???
Why not just buy an anti-fog product made for helmet visors.??? Instead of screwing around with cheap substitutes?? :?:LilScootie said:Has anyone tried using shaving cream on their visor lens to stop fogging?? And if so, what did you think???
I've been wondering how NFL players manage to keep their helmet visors fog free, and whether it was something we could use. You know they gotta be sweating up a storm in there, generating more moisture than we ever will. I guess the answer is "No."more resistant coatings are often applied during complex manufacturing processes.
jnshenshaw said:Well, Geez, Quantam Rift..RainX works fine on the outside of the shield, not on the inside! Unfortunately. Like I said, have tried everything suggested and nothing works in cold rain. At least, not so far. Certainly welcome new suggestions and I'll keep tryin' 'em. Would LOVE to find something, anything, that would truly enable me to see clearly for more than 3 minutes on a cold, rainy day.